Researchers have patented a one-of-a-kind process for exfoliating graphene in its pure (unoxidized) form, as well as manufacturing innovative graphene nanocomposites that have potential uses in a variety of applications.
Scientists designed a way to use microscopic capsules made out of DNA to deliver a payload of tiny molecules directly into a cell. The technique gives researchers an opportunity to understand certain interactions among cells that have previously been hard to track.
Separation membranes hold the key to making hydrogen fuel cheaper; researchers show that liquid-metal membranes appear to be lower in cost, more durable, and better at separating hydrogen than conventional membranes.
Researchers show that nanosheet polymer frameworks are able to efficiently catalyze overall water splitting under visible light irradiation with apparent quantum efficiencies of as high as 10% at 420 nm.